Versarien, Petroteq Energy, Chris Bailey

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Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
12:32, 12th December 2019

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Versarien Plc (VRS), Petroteq Energy (PQE) and Chris Bailey on 4 stocks

Neill Ricketts, Chief Executive Officer and Executive Chairman of Versarien (VRS)FOLLOW discusses interim results 

Versarien plc (AIM:VRS), is an advanced engineering materials group. Leveraging proprietary technology, the Group creates innovative engineering solutions for its clients in a diverse range of industries. Versarien has six subsidiaries operating under two divisions: Graphene and Plastics & Hard Wear and Metallic Products.

 


 

Justin talks to David Sealock, Chief Executive Officer of Petroteq Energy (PQE) FOLLOW

Petroteq Energy Inc. is a Canadian-registered holding company, publicly trading on the TSX Venture Exchange (Symbol: PQE) and the OTC trading platform (Symbol: PQEFF). Its offices are located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Los Angeles, California and its initial oil sands processing plant is in Vernal, Utah.

 


 

Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers:


Dixons Carphone Plc (DC.) FOLLOW


Superdry (SDRY) FOLLOW


PZ Cussons Plc (PZC) FOLLOW

 

The Fed rate decision
 

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